"Turn Your Lights Down Low" is a song by Bob Marley & The Wailers from their 1977 album Exodus. It is the only song on Side B of the album that was not released as a single. However, a remastered version featuring Lauryn Hill (credited as Lauryn Hill & Bob Marley) was released in 1999. This cover version was nominated for "Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals" at the 43rd Grammy Awards, but lost to B.B. King & Dr. John's "Is You Is, or Is You Ain't (My Baby)"
A cover/remixed version released in 1999, with original artist Bob Marley featuring Lauryn Hill. Hill contributes her vocals to the song, as well as a rap verse. The single is taken from the compilation album Chant Down Babylon (1999), which features remixes/covers of Bob Marley songs by various modern day Soul, Hip-Hop and Rock artists.
An accompanying music video to the Lauryn Hill and Bob Marley remix was directed by Francis Lawrence and released in 1999. The video takes place in Jamaica, and opens with a group of Jamaican kids playing soccer. Following this, are a series of panning shots showing night life in Jamaica, and scenes where Hill is singing in a recording studio. In other scenes, Hill is shown dancing at a party with future husband Rohan Marley, son of Bob Marley.